More university graduates are turning their back on traditional employment. A younger generation of savvy business people is emerging and they are disrupting the economic model. With the rising emergence of technology, this generation is asking why they should work for someone else, when they can create their own start-ups and generate their own success.
The new generation entrepreneurs are asking is it environmentally friendly, is it acceptable to the community and how can I make a difference?
But despite the infinite opportunities, Australia is slow at converting innovative research into new business success. Will this new wave of entrepreneurship change workplaces forever, or will the new world market leave us behind?
The statistics are saying anything from 40 to 60 percent of people going through university are expressing an interest in being an entrepreneur.
Watch this episode of A Different Lens which draws on the unique perspectives of Monash academics to investigate the wave of young entrepreneurship gripping the world.
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